Indian ambassador to the U.S. Meera Shankar’s all-too-warm welcome to Mississippi’s Jackson-Evers International Airport last week—she was singled out and pat-down by a security agent—has sparked an international debate. …
Blame Canada? More like blame the USA. The latest batch of leaked cables show that American diplomats find Canadians a tad too suspicious of America. Their evidence: Cheesy Canadian TV.
A new report comparing veterans in prison in the United States and England has found startling similarities.
Oh, come on, Norway. The competition isn’t even fun anymore.
Don’t be fooled by that sense of soda superiority. For years, Mexican Coke was viewed more highly than American Coke because of its use of real cane sugar over high fructose corn syrup. Head over to Healthland for more on the …
“This is going to do some damage to the relationship. Now you will hear the expression in New Delhi ‘re-hyphenation.’”
– SUMIT GANGULY, Indian-American scholar, on U.S. President Barack Obama’s intention to visit Pakistan, …
How likely are Americans to help a stranger? Less likely than Australians.
The one-month festival of football has come to a close. What will we take away from the games in South Africa?
Live in the Northeast? Think twice before going outside today.
Just when Russia and the United States seemed to be patching up their relations over burgers and fries, unity may have taken a turn for the worse.
“I have one also, so we may be able to throw away those red phones that have been sitting around for so long,”
– U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, joking about the U.S. and Russia moving past Cold War era technology to use …
“Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce. Special orders, don’t upset us!”